It’s possibly the weirdest partnering to have ever emerged from the land of soaps, but Jeff Hordley and Graeme Hawley have launched a record label together! Hordley, who plays Cain Dingle in Emmerdale and Hawley who played murderer John Stape in Coronation Street until 2011, have joined forces to launch the new rock ‘n’ roll label, which they have named RolePlay.
Former Corrie star Graeme Hawley loves his Love & Marriage role saying, “It makes a nice change from killing people!”
Fans of Coronation Street will surely remember brilliant actor Graeme Hawley best for his role on the soap as serial killer John Stape, however, Graeme is back on our screens in a very different role for new ITV comedy drama, Love and Marriage… And while speaking to The Sun’s TV Biz, Graeme’s revealed that he’s loving the change of pace that his Love and Marriage role as Martin offers him. He explained, “I seem to have spent a lot of time killing people and being miserable over the yea
Whenever a TV show or film is described as a comedy drama it often means that it is neither funny nor particularly dramatic. The latest programme to be put in this genre is ITV’s Love and Marriage, which focuses on the extended Coventry-based Paradise family and the struggles of its matriarch – Pauline. However, I didn’t find much comedy in this drama, though there were some incredibly silly scenes I didn’t find them particularly funny.
Coronation Street Blub Poll: Did you cry when John Stape died last night? And what’ll happen to Fiz now?
Well, killer John Stape’s reign of terror is well and truly over, for as viewers saw last night, he gasped his last in hospital and went to the great soap opera in the sky – or to hell, depending on your karmic viewpoint – with wife Fiz’s tears fresh on his face… It was all very emotional as Fiz was permitted to visit John (Graeme Hawley) on his deathbed, and he miraculously awoke from his coma when he heard baby Hope crying. And of course, the whole episode was full of the plot holes
Let me begin by saying that I totally get the whole suspension of disbelief thing for the sake of exciting drama. That said, there is, for me at any rate, a big difference in suspending my disbelief and plot holes big enough to drive a truck through… And the latest John Stape-Rosie Webster kidnap storyline is an example of one of those plot hole riddled storylines that I find hard to swallow. As we saw in last night’s episode, John – who’s played by Graeme Hawley – posing as a prospect
Graeme Hawley – who’s due to return to the Street in forthcoming episodes – has been telling TV Times magazine what it’s been like playing the role of murderer John Stape. He began by saying, “I’ve been very lucky that we’ve been able to get so much mileage out of this character. You knew John was a wrong ‘un from week two, really. “Ultimately, those kind of characters have to get their comeuppance, and I don’t mean it in a boastful way, but to keep going for four and a half
Just when things were looking inevitably bleak for fiery red head, Fiz Stape, her murder charge story line is set to make a dramatic u-turn in up and coming episodes of the ITV soap. With one murder charge being increased to three in as many days, Fiz Stape’s (Jennie McAlpine) suspended sentence for fraudulently posing as Colin Fishwick’s wife for financial gain does not have the desired effect it would have for most, as it seems her and daughter Hope’s, future is indefinitely
Coronation Street: Graeme Hawley thinks fans would have hated John Stape if he had stayed any longer
Graeme Hawley has admitted that he was relieved to leave ‘Coronation Street’ because he had started to worry that it would “ruin” his career if he stayed on the show. Graeme’s exit scenes will air on Friday night, after evil killer John’s crimes will finally catch up with him and the star confessed that he is glad to be leaving before the show’s writers take his storyline “too far”.